|Mission To Nagasaki - Helen F. Groble|
Mission to NagasakiBy Lieut. Helen F. Groble (HC) USN, Aboard the USS HAVENA Navy Nurse's Account of Hospital Ship Duty at this Japanese Port.
Keywords: USS Haven (AH-12); hospital ship; atomic bomb; World War II; World War 2; Japan; POWs; Prisoners of War
Downloads: 12 (1 review)
|The Grog Issue 37, 2013 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
The Grog Issue 37, 2013FeaturesSharks, No Chaser: A Look Back at the Navy's Fight Against the Denizens of the Deep ......................................................page 4Vixerat: RADM Ferdinand Berley (1912-2013).............................page 14Angels of the Airfield: Navy Air Evacuation Nurses of World War II .................page 16ShowcaseBUMED Aviation Supplement's "Shark Notes"...............................page 6A Few Facts About Sharks.................................................
Keywords: History of medicine; sharks; Navy Air Evacuation Nurses; Joel Boone; Ferdinand Berley; obituaries; Jane Kendeigh; flight nurses; Iwo Jima; Okinawa; Brazil; Vietnam War reenactors; Edward Rhodes Stitt; Edith Cavell; Prisoners of War; POWs; World War II; Bilibid Prison; Japan
Downloads: 209 (1 review)
|The Examiner Vol. 20 No. 6 - U.S. Navy. Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital|
Hospital Works to Provide Premium Care to PatientsIntroducing the Hospital’s Senior Nurse ExecutiveJune is Men’s Health Month...Are You Still Using Tobacco?Protecting Your Eyes in the DesertStrong Families Always Plan for ChangeDeny Mosquitoes a Breeding PoolMulti-Service Ward Celebrates Officer PromotionsLearning to Live with Lupus
Keywords: NH Twentynine Palms; Sandra Mason; smoking; ophthalmology
|Robin Williams And 47 Shipmates, Suicide Takes A Toll - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Douglas H. Stutz, Naval Hospital Bremerton Public Affairs."Navy Medicine is recognizing September as Suicide Prevention Month, but the death of actor and comedian Robin Williams has brought the devastating act to the forefront of our emotions."
Keywords: Navy Medicine Live Blog; suicide
|Naval Service Medical News Special Gulf Veterans Issue - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Naval Service Medical News Special Gulf Veterans Issue(950086)-President Expands Commitment to Persian Gulf Vets(950087)-VA Launches Hotline for Gulf Vets(950088)-Persian Gulf Veteran Receives Compensation(950089)-VA 1-800 Numbers
Keywords: Persian Gulf War; Desert Storm; Desert Shield; Gulf War Syndrome
|Navy and Marine Corps Medical News May 2011 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Navy and Marine Corps Medical News May 2011- Naval Hospital Corps School Makes Historic Move to Ft. Sam Houston, Texas- Surgeon General's Corner: Navy Medicine Celebrates the Centennial of NavalAviation - Denver Navy Week Injects Strong Navy Medicine in Community- Aviation Survival Training Center Helps Prepare for the Unknown- Navy Training Center Barracks Dedicated to Fallen Corpsmen- New Tricare Program Offers Coverage for Young Adults Under 26- Navy Surgeon General Marks Nurse Corps' 103rd ...
Keywords: MedNews; NMC San Diego; Naval Aviation; Nurse Corps; Naval Hospital Corps School; John Fralish; Jaime Jaenke; hospital corpsman; Navy Medicine Training Center; Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory (NAMRL); Navy Expedition Medical Unit (NEMU) 10
|Tuberculosis Awareness - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. j.g. Richelle Magalhaes, U.S. Naval Hospital Guam, PreventiveMedicine Dept.
Keywords: NH Guam; tuberculosis; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|What Do I Do If I Am Sexually Assaulted? - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. Cmdr. Cindi Palacios, sexual assault prevention and response officer, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery."If you have been sexually assaulted or think you have been, go to a safe location away from the perpetrator. If you want to talk with someone or want assistance, you have individuals who are ready to help. Make sure you understand the difference between a restricted and unrestricted report so that those you reach out to will understand your needs and can best assist you."
Keywords: sexual assault; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Healthcare Analytics in Navy Medicine vol. 1, issue 3 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Focus on Populations . 1Skills and Methods – Population Projections . 3Data and Information Systems. 4New Knowledge – Noted Publications. 6Tips and Tricks – Direct Adjustment. 6What’s Coming Up. 8Knowledge Sources – Recommended Serials. 8
Keywords: Military Health System (MHS); Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS)
|Navy Medicine Comptroller Supports Students As U.S. Senate Youth Program Mentor - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Lt. Tony Coleman, MSC, comptroller, Naval Hospital Beaufort, S.C."I recently had the opportunity to serve as a U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP) Military Mentor. USSYP is an intensive weeklong educational experience sponsored by the United States Senate, funded by the Hearst Foundation."
Keywords: Navy Medicine Live Blog; NH Beaufort; Medical Service Corps
|I AM NAVY MEDICINE: Lance A. Wooster - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
A few words from a Navy Medicine Corpsman.
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Hospital Corps; RIMPAC; USS Nimitz (CVN 68)
|[It's Back To The Navy For Trumin Brown And Jack Staufer who have just received their bachelor degrees as family nurse practitioners.] - Indiana University- Purdue University at Indianapolis News Bureau|
Press Release."It's back to the Navy for Trumin Brown and Jack Stauffer who have just received their bachelor degrees as family nurse practitioners. They are the first from the Navy to graduate from the Indiana University School of Nursing at Indianapolis, Indiana, and are now ensigns commissioned as family nurse practitioners, a new field in the nursing profession ...."
Keywords: Nurse Corps; nurse practitioners; Indiana University School of Nursing
|Interview with Sgt. Richard Baiocchi, Co. A, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division, wounded in action, Korea. - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Telephone interview with Sgt. Richard Baiocchi, Co. A, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division, wounded in action, Korea. Conducted by Jan K. Herman, Historian, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, 28 June 2001.
Keywords: oral history; Korean War; John Fenwick; facial reconstruction; veteran
|Navy & Marine Corps Medical News 00-27 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Navy & Marine Corps Medical News 00-27- Naval Hospital Jacksonville aids lightning victims- Nursing Symposium held aboard USNS MERCY- USS WASP number one donor in the fleet- Dental residency program graduates the finest- 'Primary care manager by name' starts in Negishi- Gap bridged between past and present amphibious operations- TRICARE question and answer- Anthrax question and answer- Healthwatch: Autism - myths and realities
Keywords: MEDNEWS; NH Yokosuka; NH Jacksonville; lightning; NDC Great Lakes; USS WASP (LHD 1); bone marrow donation; Bill Young Marrow Program; USS GOSPER (APA 170); LSTs; anthrax; vaccination; autism
|Self-Care Manual For Colostomy And Ileostomy Patients - U.S. Navy. Naval Hospital Philadelphia|
"The Colostomy or Ileostomy patient can and does follow normal life patterns once he or she has learned to accept and handle ·the surgical modification. Initially, this is difficult for most to accept, but very shortly a satisfactory adjustment is made and the realization arrives that life can go on as usual.This fine manual prepared by the Nursing Service of the U. s. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Penna....
Keywords: NH Philadelphia; colostomy; ileostomy; nutrition
|Hello Anna: A Letter To My Former Self - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. Cmdr. Anna Choe, MC (UMO/DMO)."Short version/Highlights: – You become a U.S. Navy Diver and an Undersea Medical Officer (UMO). Yes! You passed the Dive PST (Physical Screening Test), but you have to work your butt off. This is NO joke! – You get deployed to Afghanistan and don’t die. The people you meet from this deployment will teach you the meaning of what it means to be a Navy physician...
Keywords: Navy Medicine Live Blog; NMC San Diego; underwater medicine
|Hearing Loss Is Preventable - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. A. Brooke Gordon, MSC, Branch Clinic Puget Sound Naval Shipyard."To successfully manage the Hearing Conservation Program, a multidisciplinary approach is necessary. I not only see patients, which accounts for at least 50 percent of my workload, I also provide hearing loss prevention services by collaborating with occupational health, command medical, industrial hygiene, command safety officers and advocates, as well as supervisors to assess the command’s HCP and provide recommendations ...
Keywords: Navy Medicine Live Blog; industrial hygiene; occupational health; hearing; audiology; NH Bremerton
|NAVY MEDICINE Volume 99, No. 4 July-August 2008 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 99, No. 4 July-August 2008 4 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 4 DEPARTMENT ROUNDS 15 Healing the Healer: Cure for the "I Didn't Do Enough" Blues J. Maddox 18 The Catch-22 of PTSD and a Way to Heal the Pain CAPT R.E. Stoltz, MSC, USN 21 VADM Ross T. McIntire: Reassessment of an American Hero S. Lomazow, M.D. 25 FORUM Building A Sea-Based Medical Support System PART IV: The Rationale for a Unified Medical Support System CAPT A.M...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Ross McIntire; World War II; Presidential medicine; PTSD; obituaries
|Honor Flight: WWII And Korean War Vets Visit Capitol - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. Norman Jacinto, Expeditionary Medical Facility Bethesda, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center."Recently Navy Reservists from Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF) Bethesda, Detachment S, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center were “all hands on deck” welcoming to the National Capital Area, an Honor Flight of more than 200 World War II and the Korean War veterans from 127 hubs in 41 states."
Keywords: veterans; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Navy Nurse Corps Scientist Reflects During Nurses Week - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Capt. Jacqueline Rychnovsky, U.S. Navy, Nurse Corps, PhD, RN, CPNP, commanding officer, Naval Health Research Center."As a nurse researcher and the first Navy Nurse Corps officer to command a Navy Research and Development command, it’s not unusual for people to ask how nursing research differs from other medical or scientific research. The question never offends me but always causes me to give pause...
Keywords: Naval Health Research Center; Nurse Corps; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Navy Department BUMED News Letter Vol. 3, No. 2, January 21, 1944 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Navy Department BUMED News Letter Vol. 3, No. 2, January 21, 1944Convalescence and Rehabilitation ... 1 Intramuscular Injections of Oil ...... 3 Plaster of Paris Casts .. .. ............. 3 Salt Water in the Galley by C.B. Stringfellow ................ 5 Acute Appendicitis .. . .................... 6 Relapsing Fever , Penicillin in ....... 7 Louse Control. .... . . . ..................... 8 Typing Serum by H.B...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; influenza; malaria; plaster; apendicitis; peritonitis; penicillin; lice; DDT; NH Memphis; Camp Peary; Army Medical Library; Naval Medical Research Institute; blood transfusion
|Dr. Hyman J. Zimmerman Oral History Interview - Armed Forces Institute of Pathology & Charles Stuart Kennedy|
DR. HYMAN J. ZIMMERMANARMED FORCES INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGYORAL HISTORY PROGRAMINTERVIEWER: Charles Stuart KennedyDATE: January 28, 1993
Keywords: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; oral history; U.S. Army; World War II; liver pathology; hepatic pathology
|Navy Researchers Demonstrate Bioinformatics Capability In Thailand - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. Cmdr. Vishwesh Mokashi, head, Biological Defense ResearchDirectorate Genomics Department, Naval Medical Research Center."Earlier this month, our team of researchers from the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) in Silver Spring, Md. along with collaborative researchers successfully demonstrated a novel bioinformatic capability to the Armed Forces Research Institute in Medical Sciences (AFRIMS) in Bangkok, Thailand...
Keywords: Navy Medicine Live Blog; Naval Medical Research Center; Armed Forces Research Institute in Medical Sciences
|Navy & Marine Corps Medical News 02-08 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Navy & Marine Corps Medical News 02-08MN020801. Got The Right Stuff? Computerized ASTB Lets You Know In 2 MinutesMN020802. Environmental Team Keeps Guantanamo Bay Residents HealthyMN020803. Some HMs Get Special Duty Pay ChangeMN020804. "Dirt People" Keep Fleet Hospital 20 RunningMN020805. FMF Corpsman Qualified as SAR SwimmerMN020806. Bethesda Uses High-Tech Tools to Serve Sailors WorldwideMN020807...
Keywords: MEDNEWS; Aviation Selection Test Battery; telemedicine; Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory; Naval Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI); NEPMU-2; Camp X-Ray; Joint Task Force 160; Fleet Hospital 20
|Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 5, February 18, 2005 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 5, February 18, 2005MERCY Welcomes Patients from Hospital in Banda Aceh ...1ESL Gives HIV/AIDS Awareness, Prevention Training to Foreign Nationals ...2VA Looks to Navy Medicine for Advice on Improving Care for War Wounded ...3Naval School of Health Sciences, San Diego, Receives Performance Award ...3Med. Bn. Practices Mobile Medicine ...4 Military Severely Injured Joint Support Center Now Open ...4Naval Hospital Jacksonville “Devil Docs” Deploy to I...
Keywords: MEDNEWS; humanitarian assistance; Indonesia; NEPMU-7; USS Emory S. Land (AS 39); USNS Mercy (T-AH 19); Naval School of Health Sciences (NSHS); 1st Medical Battalion; NH Jacksonville; Iraq; NACC Groton
|The MRE – A Lesson In Performance Nutrition - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Jeannette Kennedy, MS, RD, senior food technologist, Combat Rations Team, Combat Feeding Directorate (CFD), Natick Soldier Research, Development & Engineering Center (NSRDEC); and Cmdr. Connie Scott, MSC, USN, DH, Health Promotion and Wellness, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center, specialty leader, Navy Dietetics."You eat them when you’re deployed or in training, and some people even claim to pick them up at the commissary for date night...
Keywords: food; Navy Medicine Live Blog; nutrition; dieticians; Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
|AFIP Letter Vol. 150, No. 6, December 1992 - U.S. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology|
AFIP Letter Vol. 150, No. 6, December 1992 Telepathology Pilot Study Update; May 1993 workshop planned ...1Panels of experts formed to support new Center for Environmental and Toxicologic Pathology ...1Highlights of December Board of Governors' meeting ...2HEPATOPATHOLOGY COURSE MOVES WEST; San Diego to host April15-17 course ...3Charles J. Stahl, MD, selected as the Armed Forces Medical Examiner ...4Michael L...
Keywords: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; National Museum of Health and Medicine; World War II; Holocaust
|Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 8, April 13, 2007 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 8, April 13, 2007Defense Department Requires Post-Deployment Assessments ...1Purple Heart Awarded, Individual Augmentees Recognized ...2Force Master Chief Visits Bethesda's Corpsmen ...2NMCP Trains Deploying Corpsmen in Casualty Care ...3BUMED Force Master Chief Visits Navy Medicine Support Command ...4Naval Hospital Corpus Christi Wins Health Promotion Gold Star ...5
Keywords: MEDNEWS; Henrique J. Soares; Iraq; Purple Heart; National Naval Medical Center; Hospital Corps; NMC Portsmouth; NH Corpus Christi
|AFIP Letter Vol. 149, No. 3, June 1991 - U.S. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology|
Reflections by CAPT Robert F. Karnei, Jr., MC, USN ...1Vernon W. Armbrustmacher, Col, USAF, MC, Named 30th Director of AFIP ...2AFIP PROVIDES KEY SUPPORT DURING OPERATION DESERT STORM; Armed Forces Medical Examiners, Others, Staff Dover Mortuary ...3Captain Glenn N. Wagner, MC, USN Named Deputy Director ...4Dr. Kamal G. Ishak Named 1990 Recipient of F.K. Mostofi Award ...4AFIP Offers "Problems in Anatomic Pathology", New course prepares pathology residents for independent practice ...5Les How...
Keywords: Operation Desert Storm; Richard C. Froede; Office of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner; Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; National Museum of Health and Medicine
|The Making Of A Navy Doc: Lt. Bernhardson - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. Andrew Bernhardson, orthopaedics resident, Naval Medical Center San Diego."Graduate Medical Education in Navy Medicine is multi-faceted, providing education to many specialties. As part of Navy Medical Education and Training month this month, Navy medical personnel wrote to their future selves in order to show what it took to get to thecurrent points in their careers."
Keywords: Graduate Medical Education; training; NMC San Diego; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|I Will Never Forget - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Cmdr. H. A. Tetteh, MD, MBA, FACS, FACHE, BUMED Physician Health Policy Adviser."Where were you? On September 11, 2001, President George Bush admonished, “None of us will ever forget this day.” On that clear morning in New York City I watched in real time, from the roof of Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, as a second plane collided with the South Tower of the World Trade Center."
Keywords: September 11 Terrorist Attacks; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|The Grog Ration Vol. 2 No. 3 May-June 2007 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
The Grog Ration Vol. 2 No. 3 May-June 2007FROM THE PAPERS OF RADM CARY GRAYSON, MC: THE ROLE OF A PRESIDENT’S PHYSICIAN IN A TIME OF CRISIS, PART II by LCDR Michael Dickens, MC, USNR, (Ret.) ...1 LUXURY MEETS THE U.S. NAVY: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NORCONIAN RESORT SUPREME AND U.S NAVAL HOSPITAL CORONA by Kevin Bash ...6NOT BEATIN’ AROUND THE MULBERRY-BUSH: THE LIFE OF CLAY ALOYSIUS BOLAND, NAVY DENTIST AND SONGWRITER by Andre Sobocinski ...8FROM THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE SURGEON GENERAL OF T...
Keywords: Woodrow Wilson; history of medicine; Presidential medicine; Cary Grayson; NH Corona; Norconian Resort; Clay Boland; music; swing music; India; George Woods; Persees; cemetery
|Why I Chose Navy Nursing: Lt. (jg) Cryer - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Lt. (jg) Karen Cryer, staff nurse, Naval Health Clinic Hawaii.Lt. (jg) Cryer is currently assigned as a staff nurse on one of the seven National Committee for Quality Assurance certified Medical Home Port teams at Naval Health Clinic Hawaii. Her work as a Navy nurse is one of many we are highlighting this month for Nurses Week and the Navy Nurse Corps birthday May 13."
Keywords: Nurse Corps; NHC Hawaii; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Invictus Games 2014: A Medical Perspective - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Cmdr. John Biery, senior medical advisor, Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor."I had the incredible honor of supporting the wounded warrior athletes participating in the Invictus Games in London this past September. It was the first-ever international adaptive athletics competition for wounded, ill or injured service members from 13 countries – from Afghanistan, to Germany, to New Zealand. The Invictus Games were modeled after the Warrior Games, the annual Paralympic-like event for wounded...
Keywords: disabled verterans; Marine Corps; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Preventing A Vicious Cycle - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Capt. Scott L. Johnston, MSC, director, Naval Center for Combat &Operational Stress Control."At the Naval Center for Combat & Operational Stress Control, we facilitate a great deal of research to help health care providers understand the latest information about psychological illness and injuries, and uncover innovative ways to provide effective treatments for our Sailors and Marines. Because PTSD diagnoses among service members have steadily increased over the past decade and show no signs o...
Keywords: Navy Medicine Live Blog; Naval Center for Combat & Operational Stress Control; PTSD; military medicine
|Navy Medical News Service 96-23 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
Navy Medical News Service 96-23(960286) Barbers Point Volunteers Care for Kids(960287) One Day Physicals Now Standard at Norfolk Branch Clinic (960288) Dentist Teaches With Miniature Camera (960289) Great Lakes Keeps Civilians Healthy (960290) Nurse Takes Care Into the Community (960291) NDC Parris Island Awarded MUC (960292) Okinawa Doctor is a Sight Saver(960293) Barracks Named for Medal of Honor Recipient (960294) HMCM Sayers Named Advisor to DOD Health Affairs (960295) Electronic Gear...
Keywords: MEDNEWS; NMC Pearl Harbor; BCL Norfolk; NDC Great Lakes; Kevin J. Mears; Joan S. Marsh; NH Guantanamo Bay; Cuba; NDC Parris Island; NH Okinawa; Elizabeth Tonon; NMC Portsmouth; William Sidney Shacklette; Medal of Honor; USS Bennington; Karen L. M. Sayers
|43rd Anniversary, 1935-1978, 12 April 1978, Naval Regional Medical Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - U.S. Navy. Naval Regional Medical Center Philadelphia|
Commemorative booklet includes a history of the facility and a list of the commanding officers.
Keywords: NH Philadelphia
|Battling PTSD And Sexual Assault In The Combat Zone - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Cmdr. Jean Fisak, NC, USN, deputy director, Naval Center for Combat & Operational Stress Control."Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a term that everyone in the military community has become very familiar with. The association between combat stress and a heightened risk of developing PTSD is well known. In fact, PTSD has come to be known as one of the signature wounds of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan where the lines between combatants and civilians are blurred and the combat zon...
Keywords: PTSD; sexual assualt; military medicine; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Development And Implementation Of A Cohort Review For Latent Tuberculosis - U.S. Department of Defense. Department of Veterans Affairs. Vision Center Of Excellence|
Christopher L. Aaron, DO (MAJ, USA); James D. Mancuso, MD, MPH, DrPH (LTC, USA) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that, in low-incidence settings for tuberculosis (TB), health departments periodically review their cases of latent TB infection (LTBI). The objective of this study was to evaluate the design and implementation of an LTBI cohort review that can be used to assess program performance...
Keywords: tuberculosis; US Army
|Protect Your Vision - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Donald Sparrow, strategic planning officer, Vision Center of Excellence."In observance of Save your Vision Month, the Vision Center of Excellence wants you protected to prevent unnecessary eye disease and injuries. Here are a few ways you can protect your vision..."
Keywords: ophthalmology; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Undermanned But Not Overwhelmed, Corpsman Overcomes - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
by Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Kimberly Huidor."Naval Hospital Bremerton’s Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Kimberly Huidor took part in Joint Field Exercise (JFE) with the Army National Guard’s Officer Candidate Program and 196th Regiment at the historical U.S. Army outpost of Fort Meade, South Dakota. Huidor was assigned to one of the four, 4-member corpsmen teams sent to the Black Hills locale to help provide medical coverage to 50-100 staff and 100-200 officer candidates during the various ev...
Keywords: Hospital Corps; NH Bremerton; training; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|Knowing The Risks: PTSD And Women In The Military - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Cmdr. Jean Fisak, NC, deputy director, Naval Center for Combat &Operational Stress Control."In the past decade, more active duty females than ever before have experienced combat and operational stress. In modern warfare, the lines between combatants and non-combatants have blurred. Traditional frontlines have all but disappeared in the face of urban warfare. Everyone in a warzone is vulnerable to enemy attack...
Keywords: PTSD; women's health; suicide; mental health; Naval Center for Combat & Operational Stress Control; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|NAVY MEDICINE Volume 102, No. 4, Fall 2010 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 102, No. 4, Fall 2010 In This Issue 4 ADMIRAL'S CALL Navy Medicine from the Deckplates to the Battlefield 6 FORCE NOTES 7 LETTER TO THE EDITOR 8 SCUTTLEBUTT Panamanian President Visits Continuing Promise Team Pacific Partnership 2010 Ends with Many Firsts Navy Medicine Outfi ts NATO Hospital in Kandahar 14 FEATURES Corpsmen of the Silent Service NMRC Tackles Unique Undersea Medical Challenges H.W Bush: A Community Hospital for a City at Sea Bush Senior Medical Offi cer Answe...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Pacific Partnership; Afghanistan; hospital ship; humanitarian mission; submarine; Hospital Corpsmen; Independent Duty Corpsmen; Naval Air Station Jacksonville; Traumatic Brain Injury; Nurse Corps; USS Kirk; Vietnam War
|The Examiner Vol. 12 No. 4 - U.S. Navy. Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital|
Corpsman Heads for Seaman to Admiral ProgramOver-the-Counter Drugs saves time and moneyApril is Cancer Prevention Month!Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital AnnouncementsWhat's New with Medicare Part B?Hospital Laboratory Dept. Celebrates National Medical Laboratory WeekWhat is a Healthy Weight for me?
Keywords: NH Twentynine Palms
|United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 28, No. 3, 3 August 1956 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 28, No. 3, 3 August 1956Burns ....2Facial Injuries .. ................................... . .8Multiple Skeletal Lesions in Young Children Due to Trauma . . ... .... ... 10Ureteroileostomy ............ ...... 12Eye Infections Following Cataract Extraction ...... 13Roentgen Manifestations of Caisson Disease ................. 15Treatment of Acute Nephritis ...........................
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Medical Service Corps; Nurse Corps; pediatrics; automobile accidents; child abuse; films; NEPMU-2; tuberculosis
|Surgeon General’s Medical Service Corps Birthday Message - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
By Vice Adm. Matthew L. Nathan, U.S. Navy surgeon general, and chief, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery."On behalf of Navy Medicine and a grateful nation, I extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to the Medical Service Corps (MSC) as they celebrate 67 years of faithful and dedicated service. In recognition of the corps’ anniversary, I wanted to share some stories about my relationship with the MSC."
Keywords: Medical Service Corps; Navy Medicine Live Blog
|RESEARCH PROTECTIONS UPDATE Vol. 4 Number 3 SUMMER 2013 - U.S. Navy. Department of the Navy Human Research Protection Program|
News and Comment on the Protection of Human Subjects in Navy and Marine Corps ResearchHRPP for the CorpsFOCUS on U.S. Marine Corps: Senior officers of the Marine Corps Combat Development and Integration Branch of Headquarters, Marine Corps discuss the Corps’ planning for the “over the horizon” future.COMNAVSEA signs out HRPP instructionYasenchak takes over interim Education and Training Role.
Keywords: human research protection; U.S. Marine Corps
|United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 14, No. 9, 4 November 1949 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 14, No. 9, 4 November 1949Clinics, etc. & VD Patients' Attitude .... 2CSF in Lymphogranuloma Venereum ..... 5 Chloramphenicol in Typhoid Fever . ..... 7 Diethylstilbestrol in Pregnancy ...... 10 Hirschsprung's Disease Etiology .... 12Vitamin B12 in Tropical Sprue ....... 14 Freezing of Whole Blood ............... 15Fate of Infused Erythrocytes by S. M...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; venereal disease
|United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 13, No. 12, 17 June 1949 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery|
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 13, No. 12, 17 June 1949Tetanus Prophylaxis Study .............. 2 Phenergan, a New Antihistaminic ..... 3 Rat Test for Pregnancy, etc ............ 6 Radiation Protection ...................... 9 Decamethonium Iodide .................. 10 Decamethonium Iodide .................. 12 Curare-like Actions of Flaxedil .... 15Note on Chemistry of Dramamine ....
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Statistics of Navy Medicine; Naval Medical Research Institute; Naval Medical Field Research Laboratory
|A Brief History of the Naval Dental School - U.S. Navy. Ellis H. Hall, Jr., CAPT (DC)|
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NAVAL DENTAL SCHOOLELLIS H. HALL, JR.CAPTAIN, DENTAL CORPSUNITED STATES NAVY
Keywords: Dental Corps; Naval Dental School; history of medicine; Naval Graduate Dental School; National Naval Dental Center